Hurai

Hurai

(hyo͞o`rī, –rāī), the same as HiddaiHiddai
, in the Bible, one of David's guard. An alternate form is Hurai.
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If the youth are not handled properly and not provided with meaningful engagement in society, it will be a disaster for the country, said Japanese Ambassador Takashi Hurai.
Hurai, "Ruin marble: A record of fracture-controlled fluid flow and precipitation," Geological Quarterly, vol.
There is already another team headed by Hurai Mashhoor, the Minister of Human Rights, to communicate with the youth.
KODERA, M., ANDRUSOVOVA-VLCEKOVA, G., BELESOVA, O., BRIATKOVA, D., DAVIDOVA, S., FEJDIOVA, V., HURAI, V., CHOVAN, M., NELISEROVA, E., and ZENIS, P.
Double polished 150 [micro]m thick wafers were studied under transmitted and UV-fluorescent light microscopy to select inclusions suitable for microthermometry, following the procedures described in detail by Goldstein and Reynolds [32] and Hurai et al.
Hurais bin Hurais, head of the sports committee at Dubai International Marine Club, said the incident brings shame to the sport and the perpetrators should be severely punished.
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Hurais Syed, 51, has been allowed to return to medicine by the General Medical Council.
Hurais Syed, 51, must do only minor work, be supervised and get approval for any post, the General Medical Council ruled.
In his first report, on January 31, 2000, Dr Shorrock said that 78year-old Mrs Allen was given "necessary surgery" by Hurais Ramis Syed.
Urologist Hurais Ramis Syed, 47, is due in court next month after pensioner Gladys Allen, 78, died following surgery at Dewsbury and District Hospital, West Yorkshire, two years ago.
Dr Shorrock left out a passage in a second report into the death of the woman on the operating table which cleared urologist Hurais Ramis Syed of blame.